Glenn Parsons secures acquittal in ‘Husband and wife GBH case’

Glenn Parsons defending, secured a Not Guilty verdict in a case of ‘Grevious Bodily Harm’ where a husband was accused of attacking his wife on the driveway of the Marriott Hotel in York, in the early hours of the morning, following an argument over whether they should walk home or take a taxi

Glenn Parsons and Tom Gent secure acquittals in Death by Dangerous Driving case at Norwich Crown Court following a 2-week trial

It was the prosecution case that the defendants had been collecting litter from the side of the southbound carriageway of the A11 Attleborough, just outside Norwich, and that both defendants had parked their works vehicles in tandem, partially in lane 1 of a dual carriageway, thereby causing an obvious obstruction to other road users.  Thereafter, the driver of a Renault lorry had failed to notice the defendants’ vehicles and driven into the back of the rear van. The impact killed the passenger in the Renault lorry.

The Pros and Cons of Advocacy in Lockdown

From the day that Lockdown was announced, ‘Remote Hearings’ became the default position.  However, from 11th May, Leeds Crown Court began listing face-to-face bail, PTPH cases and committal for sentences.     

There are now a variety of ways that solicitors and barristers can appear in court, on the North Eastern Circuit, but what are the pros and cons?

Glenn Parsons obtains conviction in one punch GBH trial

Glenn Parsons obtains conviction against a defendant who had previously punched a man to death. The 41 year old defendant, Paul Thompson had pursued the victim’s friend out of a pub in Driffield following a minor altercation.